Günther Christlein:
Sculpture "Rebekka" (1976), artificial stone
Günther Christlein:
Sculpture "Rebekka" (1976), artificial stone

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limited, 499 copies | numbered | signed | museum replica | cast | handmade | height 37 cm

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Sculpture "Rebekka" (1976), artificial stone
Günther Christlein: Sculpture "Rebekka" (1976), artificia...

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Sculpture "Rebekka" (1976), artificial stone

Günther Christlein, who holds a doctorate in physics, has mastered both ancient and modern themes. A special and natural dynamic characterises his sculptures. Christlein sculpts the youthful "Rebekka" out of clay.

Sculpture. Signed and numbered. Limited world edition 499 copies. Polymer ars mundi museum replica. Hand-cast after the original work model with a terracotta-coloured surface. Height 37 cm.

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About Günther Christlein

The physicist with a doctorate, Günter Christlein, began his career as a sculptor after studying sculpture at the University of Munich.

Since the early 1960s, he has been modelling sculptures characterised by a great sensual physicality and erotic charisma. The expression and body language of his female figures are always sentimental and strive for a very specific form of sensual beauty or erotic appeal. He deliberately does not fully finish his sculptures but lets them grow out of their modelling clay. In this way, he creates contrasts that appeal to the viewer's senses, sense of form, mind and subconscious.